The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR Jane Sliellon, Society Kdilor I'hon« 4401 Evelyn Kay Halstead Observes Fifth Birlhday The fifth birthday of Evelyn Kny Halstead, daughter of Mr, and Mrs Dave Halsteadj was observed Saturday afternoon at the Hahlend home with a pail for twelve guests. Tlie afternoon was spent on the lam of the home In party garner after which Ihe birthday cuke, holding live lighter! canrtles, U'ji.s c-ut an<l served with iced drinks and ice cream- Gifts from the group were presented Evelyn Kay, Balloons In assorted shades were presented each guest as favors. Mrs. Halstead was assisted in directing the afternoon's activities anrl serving by Deloris Harris and Mrs. Betty Holloway. » • • Dessert Bridge Given; Mrs, Evravcl High Scorer Mrs. Joe Evrnrd won high score, Miss Jet lye Huffman, second high and Mrs. Johnson Blackivell, bridgo, last nighl at the weekly dessert bridge meeting of the GEO Club. Mrs, Ray Whittington was Jiostcss to the chib at her home on Walnut. • * • Baptist Women Have Meeting ; Women of the First Baptist -Church met in Circles yesterday afternoon for the bi-monthly study : meetings. I Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Linwood •Lewis entertained nine members of Circle One at the Head home. Miss Cordelia wilhite led In the opening prayer after which the study lesson 'was taught by Mrs. Shelburne Brewer: Mrs. Ted King • adjourned t' e meeting with prayer. : Twelve members of Circle Two Met at the home of Mrs. H. H -Brooks. Mrs. Billy Woolen opened the meeting witn prayer followed by the study lesson which was directed by Mrs. Brooks, closing prayer was led by Mrs. E. L. Crouch. . Two new members met with '.en members of circle Three at the home of Mrs. E. H. McCIure for the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Marvin Rnzcr. The lesson was taught by Mrs. Harry .Fritizus after which Mrs. Harold Davis adjourned the meeting with J>rayer. Mrs, Alvin Huffman was hostess at her home to twelve members of Circle Four, joint repeating of the watchword followed by a prayer led by Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser opened the meeting. Mrs. Jim Crnflon lowing the lesson which was taught closed the meeting with prayer fol- by Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mrs. Charles Penn was guest with ten members of Circle Five who met at the home of Mrs. Ernil Damon. Mrs. M. W. Lewis opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. Marlon Williams was teacher for the study lesson. Mrs. Darryl Swanner dismissed the. meeting with prayer. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. R. G. Cash with ten members present. Mrs. Johnny Horner led in the opening prayer followed by the presenting of the study lesson by Mrs n. L, Thompson. Mrs. J. W. Sayder adjourned the meeting with prayer. A social hour was held following each meeting. JUMPER, BLOUSE By Sue Burnett Her favorite outfit for school because it's so versatile is this rjiet- ty little jumper that buttons down the back and has tiny pocket flaps. Wear it with the puffed sleeve blouse or bright sweaters. Pattern No. 8M7 comes in si?.cs 3, t. 5, 6. 7. and fl years. Size -1, jumper, 3 yards of 35 or 39-inrti: blouse, l?i yards. for this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News 530 Soilth\Vells Street. Cliiciigo 7. Send 25 cents today for (he new F\ill and Winter FASHION. This atcst issue is filled with news nnd styles for a smart winter .wardrobe; interesting features; free' gift pattern printed inside the book. Circles Convene For Bible Study • Calvary Baptist Circles Two and Five met. yesterday afternoon in member's homes for Bible studv lessons. Mrs R. E. Smothers was hostess to Circle Two for the mcetins which was opened with prayer 'rd by Mrs. J. W Tomlinson. Mrs, fi J. Fondren presided over tile business session after which Mrs Inez Gentry led in the Bib'tc Study. Mrs Cnrra Pruitt closed me meeting u-fth prayer. Three guests met with members of Circle Five at Hie home of Mrs Robm Cnlpmsn. Guests meeting with the Circle were Mrs Homer Connell. Mrs. Hubert Pol sgr ove and Mrs. Mattlc Lou Vowell. Mrs. Pnlsgrove opened the meeting wit'i nr-r.vcr nfter which Mrs P. H Jernignn conducted the Bib'> shirty. Mrs. Pete Priest worded the closing prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostesses at the conclusion of'each meetine. Mrs. T. N. Johnson Hostess to WMU Mrs. T. N. Johnson was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to eleven members and four gnest.s of the Number Nine WMU who met for the Royal Rervlce program "What of Our First One Hundred Years In Africa?" The meeting was opened with Joint repeating of the watchword followed by a prayer led by Mrs Eva Hatley. Group singing and a devotional "The Hope of Glory," by Mrs. Alice Coats followed. Following Uie repeating of the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Bess Ruslin program leader directed the service Program. Those particiiratini; were Mrs. Adele Norlhcutt. Mrs. Hatley Mrs. Ruth French. Mrs. Lucille Julian, Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Ethel Whittle. Mrs. Geneve Caldwcll. Mrs Nn- vetta Kelly. Mrs. Alia Johnson, Mrs Nellie Northcutt, and Mrs Louise Hollingswnrth. Mrs. Whittle adjourned the meeting with prayer. Bits of News Mrs. Wendell Phillips, Mrs. Grace Mclnto'h of Blylhevllle and Mrs Thrhna Colioon and son. Bur! Co- lioon of Holland. Mo. left Sunday Tor Detroit. Mich., where they will spend a neck with relatives. They «'erc accompanied to Detroit by Mrs. George Collins, who had been Islting here as KUcsts of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Phillips and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ted Fisher aiid daughter returned. Saturday from i two weeks visit with relatives in fficlligan and Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Matthews of •'ort Scott. Kan., are the gucsl-s of >lr. and Mrs, G. U. Matthews. Con- riition ot o. U. Matthews who has been 111 since November is reported is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs, Bailey Tarplcy hove cturned irom Cotton Plant where hey spent a week. Mr. and Mr.s. N. R. Lansing spent he weekend In Advance. Mo., as eucsls of Mr. and Mrs. N R Lmu- »?. Sr. Mrs Warren Tyner, Mrs. Bernicc \IcConnell and son, Hewlett McDonnell all of Memphis, were the Sunday piests of Mrs. J. A. Lnckelt iiid daughter. Miss Neal Luckett. Mr. aiic) Mrs. J. C. Lynn of Flint. iich., formerly of Manila, lelt to:ay for their home after several a.v.s visit with relatives and friends i Manila and Blytheville. Airs. Q. T. Sprayberry returned unday from St. Louis where s!ie ad spent three weeks with her lother. Mr. ntid Mrs. C. R. Orsburn ami family and Billy Vlckers spent unday in Monctc where they'went specially to attend a birthday (finer at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Schultz. Honorees for the oc- •wion were Mrs. Orsburr., Mrs. ruiifc Orsburn, Sue Orsburn. -Mrb. elcn Kriffith of Dixie and Woody Wl-on of Caruthersville. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. WillianL-j nnounce the birth of R son, July ' at Walls Hospital. He Is their icnnd child and has been named arland Eugene. They have a luglitcr, Janet Kay. Lucy Miller, Jr.. ol Osceola, was ic weekend guest of her uncle and nit, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitting- n. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Walters of dvance, Mr., formerly of Blythe- lle, announce the birth of a son Southeast Missouri Hospital in ape Girardeiui. Friday. He is their [Things Art In a Mesh— Vlcki J.nlj, of North Hollywood, Calif,, show* off her gl liter-gams, encased In th» most expensive stockings ever made. They are of 24-carat gold mesh and the price lag Is 55000. Vichi displayed them al a hosiery fashion show in New York Cily. She didn't say whether or not they are run-proof, but a Jeweler would probably find them dorn easy to fix. has been named and Mary Ann ilrd child, and ell Lansing. Mijscs Melba Tsher are spending two weeks vis- ing in St. Louis, Chicago, and ilict, 111. They will also visit points interest. In Michigan. They are ic daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Hoer Fisher. M_f4";i§al!y Needham has returned >m^a'7two?months visit in Okla- irria'-City, Okla., and Witchita. ans. ' Mr. and Mrs, Clair Miller and ns, Buddy and Billy, spent the eckend in St. Louis as guests ot r. nnd Mrs, William Bell. While ere they attended the baseball mcs. Buddy and Billy remained r a weeks visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Boyd Tomlinson ive returned from Memphis where Mrs. Jernigan Presents Lesson Mrs p. H Jcrnigan met as a Blil-sl with the C.llvary Baptist YWA last night mid n ) 5o taught the lesson from the mission book 'Buried Living.' by John D. Freeman. Nine members ot Ihe group met at the home of Miss I.uciiuln Coir for the weekly meeting. Miss Alice p'ricst led the opening prayer followed by the lesson presented by Mrs Jmiican. The meeting was closed with prayer led by Miss j CAn Norman. At Thr- Hosnitals Walls Hf> M iIt:il Walter Mc.N'air. Horncrsville Dcnzct Perry. City. Jlrs. Arthur Titlnnin, and bibv City Mrs. Wilson Bohanning and baby. Cit v. ey vacationed for n u r eek. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson ere in Tupelo, Miss., Sunday where ney attended the wedding of »,:„ Helen Adams and Hubert Bo • Miss Adams is a former tuenitv member of Blytheville Junior H Lh School. *i'B" K Forrest C. Belrte,, and family m Decattir and visited vvlthhc,- Grove., Miss Hill Hostess To Baptist YWA Mixs Mnxiiic Hill was hostess las light nt her home to nine mcin- )ers of the YWA of the Pint Bap- 1st Church for the weekly meet- ig. A service program was presented y the hostess and the Misses E;lan Mid Lolmell Overman after which the meeting was closed with prayer. Relreshments were served by the hostess following the adjournment CAP~Cadets To Have Meeting All CAP cartels have been asked by the Commandant of Cadets Percy Wright, to attend n meeting scheduled for Thur.sd.iy, July 27 nt Hangar Pour of the Municipal Air Port. The meeting will begin at 7-30 p.m. market this week' In St. Louis. Junior Gallop returned to his home in Columbus. Ky., yesterday after a weeks visit here as guest ot his aunt. Mrs. Earl McGregor. Mr McGregor and Marcia Lou. tie was accmnpanied home by Ms parents the Rev. and Mrs. Hal Gallop, who motored to Blytheville for the day. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure and family are spending ten days in Pine Bluff as guests of Mrs. Cure's parents. Mr. add Mrs. E. F. McFadden. Mrs, Farmer England of Cambridge, Mass., formerly of Blytheville, who has been visiting in Blytheville as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones, has returned to Blytheville from Arkadelphia where she was the guest of her mother Mrs. Hardy Winburn. Mrs. England' will return to Cambridge in ten days to resume her studies at Radcliff, Mrs. John W. Edwards and family of BatesviUe were the weekend guests of Mrs. Bdwards' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore. Dr. and Mrs. John Q Elliott ami family have B s their houseguest Mrs. Lena Gatlin or Russelville Sondrn Lunsford had as her weekend guest Myra Bullinton o f Bates viile. Mrs. James Barksdale and children, Shirley, James Bryan and Susan and Jeanne Campbell returned Sunday afternoon from a two weeks vacation. They visited in Bitaii" New Orleans and Vicksburg. ML-s ' Mr and Mrs. Bill Browning and daughter, Linda Kay. spent Sunday m Memphis where they visited Mrs Erus Bnidshnw of O.sceola. who is a patient there. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Hampton of Semis, Tcnn., were (tic weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs W .1 run attending pl( , s nnd ramilj . v ' ''' ''">' DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL- 50 Any ordinary house treated for termitci - \\ e don t have tu practice or experiment on your job—we have J )a( | [2 years tf experience All our work is done accordni K lo rcKtilatinns our work is licensed by the Arkansas Stale Plant Hoard. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. 535 N. 6lh. H. C. Illankenship. . .1,. J teller Call 6086 Call 3579 I'ltonc 2H50 -^wl » LAUNDRY^ Complete Family Service We tntmdor evcrylhing (n a new. bright clean- Imess-from grimy overalls l<> yntn finest linens] ^e g.ve your every lamuiry i( C m. (he same fine care you would! There's no extra charge f or this spccwl aflenlion. Save (in,e . . . save money . . . save energy—lei ynilr | a , lm ]ry do it all! Phone 4418 for Pickup Service BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Miss Moss Gives Club Food Tips Miss Elizabeth Moss of the KBA, presented a demonstration on foods' yesterday at the bi-monthly meeting of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Jack Mayes was hostess for the meeting, which was opened with the demonstration of a timer shown by Mrs. Forrest Moore. Mrs. Glen Alexander presented a devotional after which Miss Moss cooked a complete meal on an electric oven. Miss Moss also presented a demonstration on the correct preparation of foods for i deep freeze. In the social hour following the club adjournment. Mrs. Mayes served a salad plate with iced drinks. Blessed Relief from Cramp Pains Listen to KI.CN it 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Dailj for OUT program Announcements. BUT Office Optni at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p. m . ComlnuDUi Shuwinj Everyday Tuesday & Wednesday Selected Short Subjccfs 'AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday —DOUBLEFKATUKK— . .^.t,.^* |T||| IM ^ —PLUS— 1 ^i ^ — *-"".^*— r-i Sckrlrd Short rinhjrci* TUESDAY, JUIjY 25, 1950 Church Men Meet To Form Club Men from Methodist Churqhes In and around BlythevlUe met -last night at the Lake Street Methodist Church In Blytheville to organlw a MeWiodlst Men's ciub. This club will be opened to all Methodist men or this section. Dinner wa« served the group fa the church dining room by the women ol the church, after which "ie Rev. George L,. McOhehey. pa s - r, presided over a business session The Rev. Mr. McGhehey pre- iented the purpose of the meeting ind Introduced the principal speaker of the evenlns. Leroy Brownlee of Dell. Mr. Brownlee chose to discuss. "What Methodist Men's Clubs In Other Communities »re Doing th tor, «nd Wh«t They Mean to Me * Following • round Uble discus slon of plans, the group voted \ organize > club for this vfclnltj The motion for the pastor to »p point one man from each churc represented to compose • nominal Ing committee was made an adopted. Tills committee will present nomination of officers for the clu at the next meeting. Jlmmie Sanders adjourned th meeting with prayer. Comino Events Social Mrs. W. H. Hutson entertalnfni High Tw.o Bridge Club. Mrs Fum Owens entertains Clu FOR SALE 4.. 22" BLOW FANS... Good Condition.. .$30 Ea. 1 SMALL OIL HEATER.. .Good Condition... J50. 1 * 150 ROOM COOLER...Used 3 Times...$70. 15 CHROME FRAME CUSHION SEAT CHAIRS $5 Each. T-Racks—Mirrors —Lighl Fixlures —Merchandise ' Tables. ..Will Sacrifice! If Interested See ... JOHN LANE Grabers Store 319 W. Main Blytheville Jfele* STICK COLOGNE | Smalt wonder^ you're applauding stick cologne...so easy-to-stroke- on, so easy-to-carry...in HELEN AVARS' symphony of enticing heaven-scents •v AMD...ot a 'motin**" pric»! ...... WOODS DRUG BlythevilU K«ht, CAP Cadet meeting «t Pour of Munlclp«l Air Port 1:30 p.m. Thursdejr Rook Club me«U Mth Mrs. Leon Scherer. SUMMER RAYONS By-The-Yard ON SALE JUST A FEW OF MANY CLEARANCE* BARGAINS HANDSOME RAYON CORD, REG. 98c NOW 57 Yd. RAYON BUTCHER LINEN REG. 69c t NOW 1 -fC Yd, 100 DEN IIR RAYON PRINTS REG. 89e NOW 69 •5* PRINTED RAYON SHANTUNG REG. 79e NOW 47 Yd. NOT ALL COLORS IN ALL PATTERNS AND FABRICS . . . SO HURRY! SfU JMfit m. POSTAGE! That's the price you would have to pay for postage •lone if you sent a letler bearing a thret-ceni stamp to every subscriber ot the Couriei News. But you can reach all ot these people through «' WANT-AD costing as little us ... 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